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The HUG Gynecology Division welcomes women who want to undergo a gynecological check-up.
The gynecological check-up is an important appointment, because it lets you and your doctor focus on your gynecological health and discuss:
It also allows for exploration of any gynecological symptoms or problems (pelvic pain, problems with your cycle, abnormal discharge, itching, etc.) in order to offer a diagnosis.
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You should have your first gynecological check-up when you first become sexually active, then every year or as needed for symptoms.
The physician who sees you asks questions about your health, the medications you are taking, your lifestyle, your sexuality, and your personal and family medical history. This information is important to identify your needs and your possible risk factors.
During the consultation, the physician takes your blood pressure, records your weight and your height, and performs a clinical breast exam to check for any abnormalities. Depending on the results of the clinical breast exam, the physician prescribes additional breast exams.
The physician also performs a pelvic exam and performs a Pap smear, collection of a sample of cells from the cervix that is done to screen for cervical cancer. Depending on the results of these tests, the physician prescribes additional gynecological tests.
At the HUG, for women who have no associated medical problem, the Pap smear has been performed since 2012 by the nurse consultation for cervical cancer prevention.
To make an appointment for a gynecological check-upContact the Gynecology Office